Honor 8S Review


If you’re looking for an Android phone with a beautiful design, the Honor 8s is a great choice. Its dual-texture design and smooth multi-layer surfaces make it a beautiful communication device. But it lacks some of the features you want in a smartphone, including a headphone jack and depth-of-field.

Honor 8s has a drop-like notch

The Honor 8S is a budget smartphone with a 5.71-inch FullView display and a drop-like notch. It has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. A 5-megapixel front-facing camera and 3,020mAh battery round out its impressive specs. The phone is priced at $400, and you can buy it at Amazon and other online retailers.

While the Honor 8S is one of the first phones to feature a drop-like notch, it has a chin below the display. It also features a fingerprint sensor and a dual camera setup on the back. The notch, which is a small teardrop, is designed to maximize screen real estate while ensuring a better user experience. The Honor 8S teardrop notch is visible in some of the pictures of the device’s screen protector. It looks similar to the one found on the Huawei Nova 3 and 3i.

The Honor 8S is one of the most affordable smartphones available. It features a 5.71-inch IPS LCD display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. There’s also a small chin below the display. The phone’s screen has a slightly bluish tint and average color reproduction.

It lacks depth-of-field

The Honor 8s’s camera has a rather mediocre depth of field. Its lens is equivalent to the focal length of a 30mm full-frame lens and its aperture is f/0.95. Although it offers a somewhat artistic look to plain images, it stumbles in scenes with low contrast. For example, it has trouble isolating a banner from its background.

Fortunately, the Honor 8 has a dedicated HDR mode. This mode helps to improve the overall quality of photos, even when the flash is turned off. The Honor 8’s camera also has an adjustable bokeh function that lets you adjust the center of focus after the shot has been taken. It also renders excellent monochrome pictures with a high-quality sensor and good contrast. However, it lacks depth-of-field and focusing speed.

In addition to its lack of depth-of-field, the Honor 8s’ camera is still a worthy contender, though it does lack a dedicated selfie camera. It has an excellent optical sensor, a dual-camera setup, a fingerprint sensor, and a very large battery. It also has a nifty remote-control feature that lets you use the camera as a remote-control. It is also priced competitively against other phones like the LG V20 and iPhone 7 Plus.

It lacks a headphone jack

The Honor 8s lacks a headphone connector, but this doesn’t mean the phone is a waste of money. It has a nice, symmetrical design and comes with a metal frame with chamfered edges. The front glass panel is gently curved, which gives it a 2.5D look. The device also has a fingerprint sensor and supports fast charging.

Although the screen isn’t spectacular, it’s bright enough to make movies and play games. Its colours are vibrant, and it also has good viewing angles. It has Huawei’s octa-core Kirin 950 processor and 4GB of RAM, making it a capable budget phone that’s worth the price tag. There’s also minimal lag, and it’s quick enough to handle most tasks.

The Honor 8s’ touchscreen is smooth, responsive, and sensitive. It also features an IR sensor. Infrared sensors were once a feature of most high-end smartphones, but their use has been diminished since Wi-Fi and Bluetooth have gradually replaced them. In fact, only a few years ago, 13 percent of households had a smartphone.

It has an Helio A22 processor

The Huawei Honor 8S is a mid-range smartphone that runs Android 9.0 Pie with the EMUI 9.0 skin. The Honor 8S has a 720 x 1520-pixel screen with an 84.6 percent screen-to-body ratio. It also has a microSD card slot. As a budget device, the Honor 8S will have 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It runs Google Android 9.0 Pie with EMUI 9.0 on top.

The Honor 8S is powered by the MediaTek Helio A22 processor. The phone has 2 GB of RAM, a 32 GB internal memory, and a 3,020 mAh non-removable battery. The phone also has a dual-SIM slot and Android 9.0 Pie. The Honor 8S is available in Black, Gold, and Blue colors. Pre-orders for the phone are available now.

The Honor 8S will go on sale in Russia on April 26 for RUB 8,490. The company will offer free Honor Band 4 bands for the first few buyers. The company hasn’t given a fixed number of handsets but expects a high volume of pre-orders. There will be three colour options for the Honor 8S.